Best of Craigslist: ‘Leather breastfeeding collar – $25’

I can’t. I can’t even. Many thanks to Kari T. for sending this one our way!

Leather breastfeeding collar – $25 (Brainerd MN)

Brown leather contoured roping breast collar. Brand new, never been used. Fits standard size horse. Asking $25.


From Emily P., who writes, “I think my favorite part is that they go into an in depth description as to what a Palomino is and how the breed is based on color, when the horse, to my eyes, is most likely a Haflinger. Yay Craigslist!”

Palomino FOR SALE – $1500 (New Tripoli )

“Honey” is a 7 year old Palomino, Palomino is a breed that is classified by color rather than physical characteristics. Palominos were originally tamed by the Southwest Native Americans and were the choice among ancient royalty and the proffered horse of Hollywood.Well “Honey” is not only Beautiful, but has a personality you simply fall in Love with, she has been used primarily on trails with us, but can be trained to do most Equine activities, when she runs she is a show stopper, Yes She is that Beautiful…



And another:

Quarter horse guelding – $2000

Beautiful smart quarter horse. He is 16 hands and professionally trained. He was train for roping by a professional roping team. He can be ridden by all levels of ridden. This horse has a valued which is his training and his beauty !!! He necks reins as well. Your choice of ridden. He is a big boy an a family pet as well. Wether it’s for a child or for sports this horse is the right tool.



From Kimbre D.: “Massage for pics? Creepy…” I think they mean “message” but then again it’s Craigslist, so you never know!



And last but not least, this screenshot from Ellen D.: “Not exactly Craigslist as I don’t live in America but these pics! Is it the man showing of the horse or his ‘good looks’ lmao!”



Can we get a close-up?


Oh yeah, that’s hot. Readers, if you run across an “interesting” ad in your Internet wanderings, send it our way! Email the link to [email protected]. Who knows–maybe you’ll help connect a horse with a safe, loving home. Go Riding.


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